Here’s the scores:
Gary Dillard 31
Jay Trzaskos 27
Rich Wong 25
Jay H 237 24
“Big Mike” 20
Arefin Bari 20
Al Skierkiewicz 18
Amanda Morrison 16
T. Hoffman 16
Dorienne 007 16
Koko Ed 12
DCA Fan 10
Andy Baker 9
Ashley Christine 9
Pat McCarthy 7
Dave Scheck 7
Alex Cormier 6
Conor Ryan 6
Kevin Kolodziej 4
Rich Kressly 3
Ryan Foley 3
Wayne Doenges 3
Adam Richards 2
Andrew Rudolph 2
Elgin Clock 2
Jessica Boucher 2
Greg Needel 2
Liz C 2
Barry Bonzack 1
Ben Lauer 1
Eugenia Gabrielov 1
First degree 1
John Wanninger 1
Lisa Perez 1
Matt Attallah 1
Tytus Gerrish 1
And the picture:
As always, the deadline is midnight Saturday.
Which is taller? The student or the stack of boxes? The answer is they are the same height. This is a good example of forced perspective. The student is actually 20 feet behind the stack.
STRETCH! AND 1 AND 2 AND 3… NOW THE OTHER ARM!
Due to the students lack of endurance during nationals team 222 has enacted its own exercise program. It was comprised of Box Stretches, Tetra Weight Training, and Pizza Arm Flexes. On the whole it was not successful.
Teacher: Okay children! Time to measure your heights…Braaaad, no cheating! Put your arms down!
But my teddy is in THAT one. Mommy…
(grown in appearance, child at heart…wait…grown in appearance? maybe we’ll just stick to child…)
The kid: Duuuuudddeeeeeeee … you know why girls want me so bad? Cause my stack is big.
Brad: Stop dreaming… robot did that.
Amazing!!! 222 built an ANDROID with artificial intelligence that actually looks like a human!! The only thing I can’t figure out is, how it figured out how to build the stack higher than it could reach with its programming or lack thereof…
What do you mean the cieling is suspended by itself? I don’t need this stack of totes to hold it up?
In an engineering breakthrough, it was found that blue totes were a valid replacement for steel supports.
Watch closely as this amazing robotics magician makes these 10 boxes disappear.
“Alakazam alaka. . . umm does any one know the rest of it?”
I went fishing, and caught a fish that was TTHHHHIIIISSSSS big!!!
It’s the newest thing in Disco accessories! At almost ceiling height, it can hold up your disco ball anywhere you go! And it makes the perfect centerpiece for any FIRST DISCO, as it is made from leftover non-damaged pieces from the 2003 game!
Get yours now, for only $100 per box! Thats a bargain, considering that it takes forever to find any unbroken boxes from 03.
Student in charge of team travel: I think if we put one student per box they’ll all fit into the shipping crate and we can save a ton of money on transportation to and from competitions…
Brad: I’m not sure that they’ll all fit, but THIIISSS MANY should! That’ll cover at least the drive team! And maybe the pit crew, too!
Jack assured his mother that the “Bin Stalk” was safe to climb and that Dave the Giant is asleep at this time. He promises to return with more than just useless infrared sensors and obsolete drill motors.
Jimmy, the late, poor 2003 game tester. This photo was take back whent he bins were filled with cement to prevent breaking. His death led to it’s removal, but lots more bins.
Able to scale a giant tower of bins at the speed of light, it’s a SUPER DAVE! wannabe.
For my next trick I will make these boxes disappear.
yells at the robot driver: “why do you have to put my dinner in the top tote again!? now how am i supposed to reach it?! grah!”